Wednesday, November 9, 2016

 Here we are going to learn how to record  selenium script using Selenium IDE

Use below steps to learn recording selenium script using IDE

  1. Open Firefox Browser
  2. Go to tools Click on "Selenium IDE"
  3. Click on Red button 
4.  On click red button record record will start
5. Open Firefox browser
6. Type URL www.google.com
7. Search "Happiness"
8. Click on any link in search result
9. In Selenium IDE click on Red button to stop selenium recording
10. Selenium record script (Below image)
11. Save Script

Using this way you can record first selenium script using Selenium IDE. 

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Before starting practicing selenium IDE you need to install Firefox and selenium on Firefox

below are the steps to download and install selenium IDE

  1. Open Firefox browser
  2. Open URL seleniumhq.org
  3. In the menu tabs click on download 
  4. Press "Install now "button 
  5. Selenium IDE add on is installed 
  6. Click on "Restart Firefox" button 
  7. Go to tools and verify whether verify whether "Selenium IDE" is displayed 
  8. If Found then the selenium IDE installation is completed 

Next we need to know about Selenium IDE .

Firefox extension allows recording and editing of test in IDE. It make test development easy.

  • Record and Playback
  • Intelligent field selection will use IDs
  • Auto complete for all common selenium commands
  • Walk through test cases and test suites
  • Debug and set breakpoints
  • Save tests as HTML , Java, PHP and other such formats
  • Support  for selenium user extension  .js file
  • Option to automatically assert the title of every page 

Before starting with selenium it is required to know "What is Selenium"?

in simple words we can say "Selenium is portable software testing framework for web application"

The test scripting in selenium can be write in HTML tables as well as multiple popular languages and can run in most of the latest web browsers

We can use selenium on different different platforms like linux, windows, Macintosh.

Components of Selenium

  • IDE 
  • RC
  • GRID

Next Lesson  Features of IDE

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Here we are going to learn about "Testlink Work Flow".   It is step by step approach in test management

Administrator :- Who is responsible to create test project
Test Leader:-  Who create or Import Software Requirement
Test Analyst :- Who describes test scenarios in respect to test specification
Test Executer:-  Who is responsible for creating , executing  test cases and publish test results
Guest:-  who use these test result and metrix. ( Customer/client)

After creating project we need to create user roles. We can create user roles in Testlink and Assign them to users who are going to be part of whole SDLC cycle .  We can create different roles and assign different permission to access Testlink . Like , Business admin , Developer, tester , manager, customer. Etc. so  user with respected role will be able to access only those thing for which role is created.  Now we will look in detail "How to create user roles in Testlink "

Click on user role menu form Testlink menu . It will redirect you to "User Management" page in Testlink 
By default you will see only one user as Admin. We will see in next session about "How to create user in Testlink". Click on "View Roles" . It will display you existing user roles 

Click on Create button 

Enter role name and assign access for role. Enter role description and click on save button . It will create new role. We can use this role to assign any specific user. If you don't want to create new customer then you can use existing roles also or you can modify existing roles . 

General information  about Testlink :-
TestLink is a web-based test management tool that facilitates software quality assurance. It is developed and maintained by Teamtest. You can prepare test cases, test suites, test plans, test projects and user management, as well as various reports and statistics. In our earlier topic we learned about how to Install Testlink on windows 7 


  1. Testlink Workflow in Detail 
  2. Creating Project in Testlink
  3. Create user role in Testlink 

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